WebDrive
WebDrive 3.52.399
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WebDrive integrates SFTP, WebDAV, FTP, FTPS, or GroupDrive servers into OS X Finder by mounting the server as a local device. This allows you to use your favorite Macintosh applications to edit files and save them directly to the server. WebDrive for Mac supports SSL and SSH encryption capabilities for secure file transfers and Digest Authentication support for WebDAV servers.
What's New
Version 3.52.399:
  • Added: Added better caching support for detecting empty directories.
  • Added: Added Virtual Hosting support for S3 which allows to address buckets in bucket.s3.amazonaws.com/object format for non us-east zones.
  • Fixed: Bug that was introduced in 3.51 which prevented the Authentication to Google Drive to work properly.
  • Fixed: Various issues in the Site Diagnostics Wizard.
  • Fixed: The FTP Connector would sometimes generate an invalid home/starting directory which caused an empty directory listing.
Version 3.52.399:
  • Added: Added better caching support for detecting empty directories.
  • Added: Added Virtual Hosting support for S3 which allows to address buckets in bucket.s3.amazonaws.com/object format for non us-east zones.
  • Fixed: Bug that was introduced in 3.51 which prevented the Authentication to Google Drive to work properly.
  • Fixed: Various issues in the Site more...
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7 or later



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WebDrive User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 3.x:
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Prince_Isaac commented on 31 Oct 2013
3.20.388? What is it with devs who hold strong to a certain release level but increment the point-point releases into the stratosphere? Point-Point 388? Come on, just release 3.21 (or even better, 4.0) and keep your build numbers hidden.

FWIW, I'm running Mac OS X 10.9.13A603 this afternoon.
[Version 3.20.388]

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South River Technologies (developer) replied on 31 Dec 2013
Hi Isaac,

We leverage Feeder & Sparkle for generating new releases and publishing builds and they like to see the build number on the end of the minor build, that's why you see a .build_number on the end, I'll see if there's some way around it.

As a side note, our process has always been to increment the build number every time we generate a new build of any software product which may reach the public. We've been doing it this way for over 15 years so I guess its engrained in our DNA :)
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Prince_Isaac replied on 31 Dec 2013
@ South River...

Thanks for the informative and positive response. I really had no idea so thanks for clarifying.
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Stilman commented on 16 Oct 2011
A WebDAV client is already integrated in the Mac Finder thus you do not need any additional software when connecting to a WebDAV server. The Mac Finder can connect to any WebDAV server.

Here is an easy to use WebDAV server that can be used with the Mac Finder: http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/21759/barracudadrive
[Version 2.10.221]

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Dualie replied on 31 Jan 2012
What if you want to mount a read/write FTP/SFTP server on your desktop? The Finder can only mount it read only.
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Stilman replied on 31 Jan 2012
Dualie: Not sure about your FTP mounting, but the Finder can mount a WebDAV server as read and write if: you have a fairly recent Mac OS version and the WebDAV server supports locking.
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Evilinstone commented on 29 Dec 2009
highly recommending do not bay this peace of crap.

have many problem using this software:
1. Menu "Edit" absent in WebDrive
2. Serial number registration doesn't work for regular user (only for user with admin privileges)
3. I can't connect to sftp server
4. I can't connect to ftp server

I can't connect any server.

posting ticket 4 days ago and still no response.
[Version 2.01.206]


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Macsweep commented on 14 Nov 2009
Are you saying I should have given it a zero star rating?
[Version 2.01.202]

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Lounge Deluxe replied on 25 Nov 2009
A comment instead of a review would have been more appropriate.
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Macsweep reviewed on 29 Sep 2009
I installed Webdrive on a MBP running OS 10.5.7. When double-clicked to launch, the app comes up in the Dock and immediately disappears.
[Version 2.0]

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Flavum replied on 14 Nov 2009
If you haven't actually used the program, how can you rate it? Crashing on launch is certainly a problem, but that's hardly enough to garner a 1-star rating.
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This-person-died-in-2011 had trouble on 23 Sep 2009
I'm running SL 10.6.1 on a Mac Mini 2.26.

I tried this and after setting up my FTP site on a web drive, I selected "mount" from the options and got a message "successfully mounted." However, that was the dying gasp of my system as the entire Mac froze. No Finder, no Safari, couldn't force quit, nothing except to hold the power button in for several seconds. Tried again, same result.

I went and downloaded the free AutomountMaker, and it does indeed work fine in SL. Easy to set up, no need for the app to run (Webdrive requires you to select a drive from within the app), it just creates a script that mounts the drive. I've got the script in my Finder side bar and clicking simply mounts my remote servers. Slicker than ice in the Antarctic. Aside: My only gripe about AutomountMaker is that it always comes up in icon mode rather than list mode but that's a real small nitpick.
[Version 2.0]

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Webdrive commented on 23 Sep 2009
Tod,

We did find a problem with Snow Leopard that we believe has been fixed. If you submit a ticket to our technical support team, we'll be happy to assist. http://www.srthelpdesk.com

thanks!
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Mkay had trouble on 22 Sep 2009
After the installation I have 0 days of evaluation remaining. All site manager buttons except "buy it..." are greyed out.
This is a 4 week old iMac (running SL) and I'm positive that this app has never been installed on this machine before.

it's hard to evaluate something that doesn't let you use it.
Am I missing something?
[Version 2.0]

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Webdrive commented on 23 Sep 2009
We are sorry to hear about the problems with the evaluation. If you contact sales@southrivertech.com we will be sure to get you a working evaluation copy.

thanks!

Disnyc rated on 07 Sep 2011

[Version 2.10.220]



+7

Lookky rated on 22 Aug 2011

[Version 2.10.217]


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WebDrive integrates SFTP, WebDAV, FTP, FTPS, or GroupDrive servers into OS X Finder by mounting the server as a local device. This allows you to use your favorite Macintosh applications to edit files and save them directly to the server. WebDrive for Mac supports SSL and SSH encryption capabilities for secure file transfers and Digest Authentication support for WebDAV servers.


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